Draw
three lines (not necessarily straight) so that each circle is connected to
another circle with the same letter (that is, A to A, B to B,
and C to shining C). The lines may not intersect one another, and
they may not extend beyond the rectangle.
Problems
The number groups below are the last five digits of the fifth powers
of the numbers 31 through 39. However, the groups aren't in the right
order to represent the fifth powers of 31 through 39 sequentially. Using
only these digits, and without using a calculator, can you place the
groups in the correct order?
35393 

35424 

29151 
24199 

21875 

35168 
54432 

43957 

66176 
Problems
Grades: 6th to 8th, 3rd to 5th
Expression/Equation
Num & Ops Fractions
Apply and extend previous understandings of arithmetic to algebraic expressions.
Apply and extend previous understandings of multiplication and division to multiply and divide fractions.
5.NF.B.5a, 6.EE.A.1
In the diagram at above, each "path" from top to bottom correctly spells the word MATCH.
What is the total number of different
paths in the diagram?
Problems
Assuming that the circumference of each circle below passes through the
centers of the other two, and that the radius of each circle is 1, what
is the total gray area?
Problems
Grades: 9th to 12th, 6th to 8th
Geometry
Geometric Measurement and Dimension
Solve reallife and mathematical problems involving angle measure, area, surface area, and volume.
7.G.B.4, HSGGMD.A.1
How many different triangles are there in the figure?
Problems
Grades: 3rd to 5th
Geometry
Classify twodimensional figures into categories based on their properties.
5.G.B.4